hotheaded

[ hot-hed-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF hotheaded

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Grandad is among the distillers and Norah is as hotheaded as he.

He was hotheaded and overbearing, but she did not believe him to be vindictive.

He is excitable, hotheaded, easily carried away, honest and straightforward like most people of his class.

He is the type of an honest, straightforward, hotheaded, but narrow and uncompromising man.

Curiously enough the hotheaded impulse died within me before I could rise from my seat on the three-legged stool.

That bunch of hotheaded kids, as you call them, are capable of attacking any community—even ships of the Solar Guard itself!

The stupefied Axphainians regained their senses and a general assault was made upon the hotheaded American.

This cogent reasoning prevailed, but the hotheaded youths grumbled much and long at the delay.

Conde is old, and his son, who is certainly ambitious and hotheaded now, will be even more powerful than his father has been.

Kenric thought little of this threat, but it was not long ere the hotheaded young viking put it into execution.

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